Action: The McLaren 675LT is Just Naughty

McLaren 675LT

The McLaren brand is not known for churning out slackers, and the fierce McLaren 675LT is just naughty. Check out the clip below of the supercar tackling the track, complete with delicious close-ups of that throbbing engine and all of that carbon fiber!


Get an intense glimpse of the McLaren 675LT and an ear full of her now-famous acoustics. The notes and throbbing produced by the highly specialized engine have made for much fanfare in the game thus far. 

The McLaren 675LT at a glance:

  • This model is a track-focused variant from the McLaren Super Series
  • It is both the lightest and most powerful track car crafted by the brand, tipping the scale at a scant 2,712 pounds.
  • Driver engagement is brought to an all-time high via a 3.8-liter twin-turbocharged V8 engine kicking out the acoustics of 666 horses. The devilish roar can be heard in the video clip, but be warned: you will want to watch it more than once.
  • The performance, drive and intoxicating sounds are being compared to the likes of the Lexus LFA supercar. The LFA gained much notoriety based on her sounds alone, but the speed and driver experience certainly did not hurt matters.
  • That rich color is called Napier Green
  • New lightweight titanium crossover exhaust
  • Wider stance and stiffer suspension tweaks for the track
  • Resurrected GT racing long tail heritage

The 675LT model is being built in the pristine McLaren Production Centre in Woking, England and is also undergoing extensive hyper testing to ensure that it is perfection on the pavement. The production run of just 500 units was confirmed at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, with each unit will go for around $400,000 depending on the trim. Overall, it is well-worth the cost to catapult from not to 60 miles per hour in 2.9 seconds. read more

McLaren 675LT Track-Focused Teasers Emerge

McLaren has been busy taunting the next beast prior to the Geneva Motor Show reveal. The McLaren 675LT is poised to challenge the next-generation of Ferrari supercars and other leading competitors with the devilish rumble of a 666-note exhaust (the number of horses the nice lady packs in her stables). Check out the sound clip below:

The short video clip above gives a teaser on the sound of the upcoming McLaren 675LT track-focused monster is not a bad way to spend 10 seconds. Fun fact: The ‘LT’ on the name stands for longtail read more